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Tip: Expense and Revenue

Tip: Expense and Revenue

When we’re new to technology, we tend to take every job that comes along. More than one has failed to tackle a job that everyone else has turned down as too difficult or impossible to complete. If the expenses to get it down are more than the revenue, you are ahead by turning down the […]

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Tip: Asking for Advice

Tip: Asking for Advice

When in doubt, ask for advice. We’re here to help you through your jobs, particularly difficult jobs. Talking the options out clarifies a pathway for you to complete the jobs successfully. Pipe Lining Supply has certified technical trainers that are also your sales representatives. So you have the same person taking care of you every […]

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Tip: Profit Margin

Tip: Profit Margin

Remember that the farther you travel to execute a job, you lower your profit margin. We forget that we make the most money on a job the closer to base we are. No one ever recaptures revenue lost for travel. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 or email us at info@pipeliningsupply.com.

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Tip: Selection

Tip: Selection

Look at all the options before selecting the best one. Often times we try to apply the things we have mastered to a project that would be better suited to another technology. Serve your customer’s needs and you’ll never lack for work. Misapply a technology and you’ll regret it forever. For more information contact Pipe […]

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Tip: Cleaning

Tip: Cleaning

Whether pipe coating or pipe lining, the level of cleaning will determine what the final surface will look like. A poorly cleaned pipe will be obvious when looking at a finished job. For more information contact Pipe Lining Supply at +1-888-354-6464 or email us at info@pipeliningsupply.com.

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Tip: Pipe Diameter

Tip: Pipe Diameter

Pipe diameters on laterals usually make a transition in sizes somewhere between the building and the sewer main. For CIPP projects, you can select one of two methods from a variety of liners. You can buy pre-made transition bags sewed to transition from one diameter to another in various lengths, or you can buy liner […]

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Pipe Rehabilitation Still Not In The Mainstream

Pipe Rehabilitation Still Not In The Mainstream

“I am a pipe rehabilitation contractor in the Midwest and continue to run across plumbing malpractice by licensed plumbers who know about fixing aging pipe with a whole host of non-invasive rehabilitation methods yet sell customers on busting up floors, walls, and ceilings in perfectly habitable spaces that displace occupants for days, weeks and sometimes […]

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Resin & Liner Tube for CIPP – Important Information

Resin & Liner Tube for CIPP – Important Information

“I know I’ve read articles in the past about the value of resin and tube systems, but can’t you use any resin with any tube and achieve a rehabilitated pipe that’s just as good as one that has been tested and passed testing?” Maybe, but let’s explore the factors that go into the finished product. […]

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Confused Between Lining & Coating?

Confused Between Lining & Coating?

“We lined several vent stacks and have had a few of them leak. We used the CIPP method sold to us using a “gapping method” that they told me would work well for fixing in plumbing stacks. We thought that the lining process would seal the old pipe and prevent leaking. Now I read that […]

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Coating Do’s and Don’ts

Coating Do’s and Don’ts

“I bought your Quik-Coating equipment a year ago and everything was working great until this past week. I applied 6 layers of resin and 2 days later I got a call that the sewer line was plugged. I returned to the job and stuck my camera into the pipe. What looked perfect when I left […]

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